fripon

fripon

(fripɔ̃)
n
a knave; a rogue
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FRIPON GOOD TO SOFT, Soft in places GoingStick (range 1-15: lower the figure, the slower the going) 7.4 Weather A shower or two possible early with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Tendo entrado para a lingua comum nos termos villonerie [trapaca] e villoner [trapacear], o nome proprio "Villon" tornou-se sinonimo de fripon [charlatao].
Meme ambiguite encore dans la figure tutelaire de Venise, Mercure (le Hermes des Grecs), dieu du commerce, mais aussi des voleurs, dieu de la communication, mais aussi le tricheur, le Fripon divin qui seme la confusion.
The innovative Fireball Recovery and Interplanetary Observation Network (FRIPON) is a collaboration between the Observatory of Paris, National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS), University of Paris-South, French National Museum of Natural History, and Aix-Marseille University.
MARTINE: Traitre, insolent, trompeur, lache, coquin, pendard, gueux, belitre, fripon, maraud, voleur ...
"Fonctions du fripon, du bouffon et du sot dans le roman." Esthetique et theorie du roman (305-12).
Il passe depuis longtemps pour un fripon. Il merite a present le titre d'eourdi....
FRIPON GOOD GoingStick (range 1-15: lower the figure, the slower the going) 8.1 Watering 3 mm applied overnight into Thursday.